John C. Tishler, Member of the Firm in the Health Care & Life Sciences practice, in the firm’s Nashville office, was featured in Nashville Medical News, in “Epstein Becker Green Adds New Member and Expands Nashville Office to New, State-of-the-Art Space in the South Gulch.”

Following is an excerpt:

Epstein Becker Green (EBG) is pleased to announce the relocation of its Nashville office to 1222 Demonbreun at Gulch Union, a new U.S. Green Building Council Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Silver Class A building in the city’s South Gulch neighborhood.

The relocation of EBG’s Nashville office will support the Firm’s continued growth in this important region. The move follows the recent addition of Christopher Dunn’s construction practice with a health care focus, which included partners Jeremy Oliver and Keith Randall from Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis and partner Carter DeLorme, an experienced employment litigator, from Jones Day. … 

“It was important that our space met the needs of our attorneys as well as the high standards of our clients—many of whom are at the leading edge of construction and design,” said Steven Di Fiore, EBG’s Chief Operating Officer. “The building’s best-in-class amenities, combined with its LEED Silver rating and the Gulch’s first-in-the-South LEED Neighborhood Development designation, provides a perfect venue from which to serve our clients and meet our environmental responsibilities.”

In addition, EBG announces that health care transactional, insolvency, and restructuring attorney, and former Waller Chairman, John C. Tishler has joined as a Member of the Firm in Nashville. A growth-focused, seasoned law firm leader with deep connections to and throughout the Southeast, John will serve as a strategic advisor to further grow the firm’s presence in the area and meet the multidisciplinary needs of health care clients nationally.

“In John Tishler, EBG gains an attorney of the highest caliber with an outstanding and deserved reputation for pragmatic excellence and dedication to his clients,” said Mark E. Lutes, Chair of EBG’s Board of Directors. “His lifelong commitment to Nashville and greater Tennessee is a perfect fit for our Nashville office, and John’s ability to listen to the needs of clients and align EBG’s myriad resources to provide strong solutions will be a tremendous asset to our client base.”

John also brings more than 30 years of experience facilitating complex strategic transactions for hospitals, health systems, and health care companies, and their financial advisors and lenders. He counsels both creditors and debtors in high-value bankruptcy proceedings, with a strong focus on clients in the health care industry. He served as Waller’s Chairman from 2008 to 2014.

“Epstein Becker Green’s national footprint combined with its intentional focus within the health care industry presents an opportunity to work closely with health care regulatory lawyers nationwide—with an established and respected presence in Washington, D.C and roots in New York—who are perfectly suited to assist in navigating regulatory and policy issues,” said Tishler. “Plus, the opportunity to rejoin some of my former colleagues in a new and vibrant context, serve as an EBG ambassador in Nashville, and help further communicate EBG’s value proposition nationwide, was one I could not leave on the table.”

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